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September 30, 2008 - 2:25pmEndless Sea
on the driveshaft. I might need the engine in the fjord. Everything is in order. As I am leaving the workshop, I ... by Cumberland-my bay. I'd better check the engine. I release the driveshaft brake, check the throttle and choke ... and reliable. I barely make my way back up to the pilothouse when the engine's rpm alters ever so slightly ...
October 3, 2007 - 3:11pmGibraltar
. Conditions were too rough to launch a dinghy, but Zumwalt, a California surfer dude and fleet engineer, very ... been using its spare "wing engine, was steaming ahead under its main engine. The role these young ... of delivering clean diesel to engine injectors has dramatically decreased the likelihood of fuel-related failure ...
October 3, 2007 - 3:11pmLeg Two: Bermuda to the Azores
caught a line on her prop. Autumn Wind had switched to its auxiliary engine, and was chugging ... engine and give her a blast of reverse. When they shifted into forward gear, the vibration that the line ...
October 3, 2007 - 3:11pmBermuda High
. The engines purred below the sole while our stout little ship gracefully lifted over each beam swell, gently ... tended to the ship's log, updated our position and checked the engine vitals. Then, as I stood ...
October 3, 2007 - 3:11pmHair of the Dog
expected, allowing us to cast off our lines by 9:30 a.m. The engines purred and wafted diesel in the early ... was simple: shower, clean the interior, steer, cook, eat, sleep, navigate and check the engines. There were ... , bilges to clean, engines that need to be checked." Left unchecked, the decades-old debate of sail vs ...
October 3, 2007 - 3:11pmGibraltar to the Bay of Biscay
on twin screw boats I was a bit concerned about the single engine in terms of reliability, but relaxed when I learned this is covered on the 57 with a wing engine that serves as both auxiliary power and a "get you home" engine, albeit at four knots. My only other concern was personal. I'd been given ...
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